Girl Tying Her ShoesHave you noticed any of the following concerns with your child?

  • Struggles or shows no interest with writing, drawing, or coloring
  • Inefficient or awkward grip on a writing implement
  • Switches hands for tasks and shows no dominance
  • Very clumsy or poor coordination when playing
  • Staying focused on a task
  • Always “on the go”
  • Overly sensitive to sounds or textures
  • Difficulty with transitions or changes in routine
  • Appears very weak and easily tires (may fatigue with handwriting)
  • Behind on self care skills, such as using eating utensils or tying shoes
  • Poor organization skills

If you answered ‘yes’ to any of these areas then your child may benefit for occupational therapy.

About Kids Occupational Therapy, LLC offers a wide variety a programs and services in the Baltimore area.  We focus on sensory processing/integration, fine and gross motor skills, visual motor and visual perceptual skills, social-emotional skills, and self-care activities.